Strategically nestled in Urayasu in Chiba, Tokyo Disney Resort was the first ever to be constructed outside the territories of the United States. Opened its doors on April 15, 1983, this famous theme park was built through the efforts of Walt Disney Imagineering which takes on a similar design as that of in California and Florida. At this juncture, this favorite tourist destination is managed by The Oriental Land Company.
The Tokyo Disney Resort is composed of DisneyLand and DisneySea. All over the huge estate, there are seven major divisions you should not fail to miss namely Mickey’s Toontown, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, World Bazaar, Westernland, Adventureland and Critter Country.
Mickey’s Toontown is in Tokyo Disney Resort where you will more than catch a glimpse of Chip N’ Dale’s Treehouse, Donald Duck’s Boat, Gadget’s Go Coaster, Goofy’s Bounce House, Jolly Trolley, Mickey’s House, Minnie’s House, Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin and Toon Park. You will also be able to encounter the TNT barrel located right in front of the Fastpass machines and doors on the sidewalk that will allow you to enter in.
Tomorrowland is where you will see before your very eyes the Astro Orbiter, Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, Space Mountain, Stitch’s Great Escape, Indy Speedway, Transit Authority, Carousel of Progress, Galaxy Palace Theater, Micro Adventure, Grand Circuit Raceway, Showbase and Laugh Floor Comedy Club. You will also be able to encounter rides that are showcased in a more advanced technology setting.
Adventureland is where you will experience the Le Cabane Des Robinson, Jungle Cruise, Western River Railroad, Enchanted Tiki Room, Pirates of the Caribbean, Tarzan’s Treehouse, Adventure Isle, Indiana Jones, Temple of Peril and Le Passage Enchanted Aladdin. You will also be able to encounter what has been regarded as a revolutionary fascination, the simulator on a track that was brought out of conception since 1983.
Critter Country is in Tokyo Disney Resort that will let you behold the Country Bear Jamboree, Splash Mountain, Davy Crockett’s Explorer Canoes and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Bear. You will also be able to encounter an Indian Village that was highlighted in a lot of shows in Native America. However in 1972, there were changes and took on the motif of the forests in the Pacific Northwest.
Even with the fact that Tokyo Disney Resort is in Japan, this famous theme park is very much “Americanized.” All that your sight will land are plainly a reflection what can be witnessed in other counterparts of this favorite tourist destination in a global scale.
So, are you ready to feel the magic the Asian way?